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Given the complexities in the criminal justice system, we must take a whole-system approach to reoffending. By focusing on overlooked and underfunded areas, we can plant the seeds for a fairer criminal justice system.
One of the most fundamental functions of the law should be to protect the rights of individuals. How can charities use the power of the law to seek social justice and achieve their campaign goals?
For us at NPC, 2022 is our 20th year of existence. 20 years working with, and as part of, this terrific charity and philanthropy sector to help it maximise its social impact. Already this year we are excited by lots of things we have upcoming.
With recent instances of violence against women and girls (VAWG) making the news in the UK, how are charity sector organisations meeting the pressures the pandemic has put on them and what further support do they need?
This guest blog details each day of COP26. It sets out how prominently the connection between health and climate change featured on the conference agenda, and why charities and funders have a vital role to play here.
With energy companies failing and heating costs rocketing, how can we combat fuel poverty this winter?
At this year’s NPC Ignites, our annual conference, we hosted a session on the future of philanthropy. As we move toward 2030, this blog explores three key questions for the philanthropy sector to contemplate.
Organisations can struggle to move from light touch consultations to involving people with lived experience in decision-making. In order to truly reflect the voices of people with lived experience, you must give them genuine influence over decisions.
This guest blog for Living Wage Week 2021 details how 17% of all third sector workers earn less than the real Living Wage. Ensuring workers receive a wage that meets the cost of living is arguably more important than ever.
One year ago, we shared our long-term commitment to embedding diversity, equity and inclusion into all aspects of our work. This blog shares what we have achieved so far, what we have learned along the way, and where we still have important learning and work to do.
Where does the work of the social sector and the environmental crisis overlap? This guest blog sets out how the Climate Crew are making it easier to understand how social justice and climate change are connected and what actions organisations can take to help.